ICBA makes another push to dismantle credit union tax exemption as the tax bill isn't finalized.
Credit union officials feel comfortable that tax exemption will remain on the books after the Senate tax vote.
The Senate version of tax reform, like the House version, keeps the credit union tax exemption in place.
The credit union tax exemption is officially intact in the House tax bill.
The House has prohibited amendments to the tax reform bill, including credit union tax exemption.
While there is no direct mention of the CU tax exempt status in the proposal, officials are still investigating.
Tax reform discussions begin on Capitol Hill and credit union leaders are keeping an eye on the talks.
Wednesday's federal tax blueprint is too vague to know if cutting the CU tax exemption is on the table.
The credit union industry is happy with the decision by the House to be left out of the appropriations process.
Tax reform talks on Capitol Hill restart a battle between banks and credit unions over tax exemption.